Compassion Workshop with Frank Rogers
The Way of Radical Compassion:
Living Jesus’ Spiritual Path in Our Lives and Communities
Saturday January 20th, 2018 beginning @ 10AM
At our Harmony Toluca Lake campus
Jesus not only taught a way of personal and social transformation rooted in a radical understanding of compassion; he yearned that persons and communities would truly know its restorative promise. For him, compassion is the secret to freeing us from all the internal chaos within us that prevents us from being the grounded people of care and vitality we are deep inside; and compassion is the bond that restores relationships whether at home, in the workplace, or in the public square. This day-long workshop—through stories, contemplative practices, and reflection exercises—will offer an experiential introduction to the restorative power of compassion both for our personal well-being and for sustaining our relationships.
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Dr. Rogers is the Muriel Bernice Roberts Professor of Spiritual Formation and Narrative
Pedagogy and the co-director of the Center for Engaged Compassion at the Claremont
School of Theology. His research focuses on how compassion is cultivated, compassion
that is contemplatively grounded, personally empowering, and socially restorative. A
trained spiritual director, therapeutic practitioner, and retreat leader, he has worked in
North America, Zimbabwe, Great Britain, and Israel/Palestine. He is the author of
Practicing Compassion; The Way of Radical Compassion—A Curriculum; The God of
Shattered Glass, A Novel, and Finding God in the Graffiti: Empowering Teenagers